Goodwill – Director, Risk Management

Joining Goodwill means being part of an organization that is committed to making a positive impact in the community. If you are a strategic thinker, possess strong leadership skills, and have a passion for risk management, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

As the Director of Risk Management, you will:

  • Have the opportunity to contribute to the success and sustainability of our mission-driven organization while ensuring the protection of our assets and operations.
  • Partner with the Agency’s Compliance/Privacy Officer in developing and overseeing risk/compliance programs to detect and prevent law violations, regulations, agency policies, and code of ethics. Conduct investigations on non-compliance and/or violations of law or policy.
  • Identify risk potential throughout the Agency and collaboratively develop processes to mitigate the risk to protect strategic, financial, legal, regulatory, operational, and reputational components through developing controls and contingency plans.
  • Oversee core functions of risk management to include; risk analysis/assessments, risk/compliance training, risk/compliance reporting, insurance, due diligence, and measurement systems.

This is an in-person position based in Gorham, Maine.

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EHS Coordinator – Bates College – Lewiston ME


The Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Coordinator supports the mission of the college by ensuring the college campus community is as safe as possible for all students, faculty, staff and visitors, and that all applicable rules, regulations and college policies are being followed. This position may be considered “Essential Personnel” in the event that:

  1. an emergency occurs on the Bates Campus or in the vicinity that would impact Bates, or
  2. other emergency events deemed appropriate. Essential Personnel are required to report to or remain at work if instructed to do so if contacted directly by the supervisor (or his/her designee), the President or a member of the President’s Staff (Sr. Leadership Team.)


Job Duties:Leads safety and environmental compliance initiatives and programs.Investigates and submits written reports and recommendations on incidents involving environmental health and safety matters.Maintains EHS records.Conducts surveys of campus facilities and operations to identify existing/potential hazardous conditions. Maintains access to and responsibility within all areas in all buildings owned by the college.Interacts with all departments and parts of the campus community to assist with EHS issues.Practices safe working techniques and reinforces the safety policies, guidelines and procedures of Bates College.Participates in the development and implementation of safety guidelines and related environmental health and safety communications and educational information.Coordinates and presents technical training programs in general safety training and/or specialty area for staff and faculty, as required by regulations, college policy and/or departmental directive.Works closely with Director of EHS to manage workload and coordinate tasks.Serves on safety committees as requested.Participates in institutional professional development and training.Recommends corrective or preventative actions.Performs other related duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:EducationHigh school diploma or equivalent required. Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in environmental health, safety, industrial hygiene, science or engineering desired.Current valid driver’s license and clean driving record required.Training in Maine hazardous and universal waste regulations, or willingness to be trained.Technical training and subject matter mastery in several of the following areas:Life safetyFire safetyElectrical safetyFall protectionChemical safetyErgonomicsLaboratory safetyHazard communicationIndoor air qualityRisk assessmentIndustrial hygieneWater quality
Credentials Environmental Health and Safety credential recommended such as ASP, CSP, CAIH, CIH, CHMM or EPIT
Experience 3+ years of experience with regulatory compliance, creating and implementing safety, health or environmental programs.3+ years of experience working as part of a team, leading and/or participating in meetings, and working on team projects.3+ years of experience conducting training sessions to both large and small groups.Familiarity with Federal and State safety, health and environmental regulations that are applicable to a general industry workplace.Demonstrated experience managing a workload that changes frequently, long term and short term work tasks, and firm and flexible deadlines.Demonstrated experience working with multiple constituencies in sometimes difficult and stressful situations.Familiarity with the academic environment and higher education, preferably the liberal arts.
Skills and Knowledge Excellent communication (written, verbal, listening and presentation) skills.Strong presentation and public speaking skills; ability to develop and present technical safety information.Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities with minimal supervision.Impeccable organizational (time, task, project management) skills and superior attention to detail.Ability to coordinate resources to promptly address and resolve concerns within the college community.Strong interpersonal skills with ability to develop and maintain collegial relationships. Must be flexible, collaborative and have a positive attitude.Passion for doing the right thing. Must be self-motivated to address observed or reported concerns with integrity and strong ethics.Excellent discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality.Proficiency in basic data management systems and basic computer applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Google docs, email and shared calendars).Willingness and ability to learn additional applications and software systems as needed.Ability and willingness to travel as needed to conferences, meetings and training sessions.Ability and willingness to work weekends, evenings and other non-traditional schedules as needed.Personal commitment to excellence and the mission of a top-tier small liberal arts college.Demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusivity and to serving the needs of a culturally and educationally diverse and inclusive community.

EHS Coordinator – Fiber Materials Inc

Full Job Description

As the Environmental, Health & Safety Coordinator, you will be assisting in the deployment of the employee safety and health programs with the goal of reducing work related accidents, injuries, and improving safety culture. Being the EHS Coordinator also means you will provide support for the Safety Management System (SMS) and help with the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of all safety policies and procedures.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Supports company policies and OSHA general safety requirements
  • Assist in EHS training programs
  • Support employees with safety concerns and challenges. Support EHS Specialist in problem-solving activities
  • Support accident/incident investigations and complete actions
  • Complete daily action items and elimination of hazards
  • Assist in the safety idea process
  • Complete compliance and hazardous waste program inspections on a monthly and weekly basis as needed

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Regional Occupational Safety Manager – ADUSA Distribution

Address: USA-ME-Winthrop-1245 US Route 202 
Store Code: 71002_80510 (5116230) 

ADUSA Distribution is the distribution company of Ahold Delhaize USA, providing distribution services to one of the largest grocery retail supply chains in the nation. ADUSA Distribution fosters a culture that inspires and empowers our associates to always deliver exceptional service and value. Our team is supporting the supply chain network evolution to an integrated self-distribution model of the future, serving leading omnichannel grocery brands – Food Lion, Giant Food, The GIANT Company, Hannaford and Stop & Shop. To learn more about our company and the other supply chain companies of Ahold Delhaize USA, visit 

Position Summary: 
In partnership with the regional operational leader and ADUSA safety leader, provide direction and support to site safety managers in an effort to manage occupational safety standards and practices for the assigned campuses including the identification, elimination and control of hazardous conditions. This position will help to leverage best practices and standards across the various campuses and work strategically with their operational partner to identify areas of high risk and opportunity to drive the overall safety strategy and create a sustainable safety culture. 

Essential Functions: 
Occupational Safety Excellence 
Provide oversight and direction to site safety managers to ensure a consistent strategic alignment with day to day safety activities at the sites. 
Support site safety managers by leading the development of safety policies, programs and processes that leverage best practices across the distribution and transportation network. 
Serve as member of regional leadership team ensuring the value of safety is inserted in all operational decision making. Promote safety culture by influencing operational leaders during forward looking strategic and budgetary conversations. 
Facilitate the consistent use of safety and injury data to proactively develop strategies for improvement with special attention to all SIF-related data. 
Support site safety managers in conducting SIF investigations and ensuring these are completed correctly and consistently. Hold site safety managers and leadership teams accountable to tracking and completing corrective actions as needed. 
Serve as escalation point for serious or complex safety issues at site and partner with other regional safety leads to determine a consistent approach for similar or related safety concerns. 

External engagement: 
Engage and interface with RBS regional safety on any nd all external agency interactions to include inspections, audits, and associated follow-ups. 
Stay informed on local, state, and federal regulations that impact facility including but not limited to OSHA, ANSI, DOT, etc. and ensure site safety managers are receiving necessary updates. 

Create audit and review process of training records that site safety leaders can easily follow. 
Manage data generated from observation programs and identify trends across sites in an effort to pin point additional training needs and define means to fill learning or knowledge gaps in a sustainable way. 

Partner closely with RBS environmental team to ensure a consistent implementation of environmental programs, plans, procedures (including but not limited to SPCC, SWPPP, Hazardous Waste, Local/state programs) across the assigned sites. 
Ensure environmental training is completed and documented (Haz-Waste, SPCC, Stormwater, etc.). 

Knowledge, Skilkls and Abilities: 
Self-starter with solid interpersonal skills 
Excellent communication and organizational skills 
Strong coaching, training, and motivational skills: ability to lead 
Proven ability to excel in a team environment 
Ability to juggle multiple priorities and reprioritize based on emerging risk 
May require overnight travel, as necessary (often reacting to inclement weather issues) Ability to communicate and complete required record keeping functions Must be able to work needed schedule to perform assigned duties Ability to work in a –5 degree to 90+ degree Fahrenheit environment (temperature varies within each department) for long periods of time 
Work in a warehouse environment with varying conditions (i.e. cool temperatures, concrete floors, powered industrial trucks) 

Education and Experience: 
Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent combination of experience and or specialized certification in safety. 
CSP, ASSP, ASP, BCSP or equivalent preferred 
OSHA certifications preferred 
5-7 years of previous leadership experience or equivalent experience. 
5-7 years of safety specific experience in a manufacturing or distribution setting 

We are an organization that values diversity and encourages all qualified individuals to apply without regard to sex, race, color, ancestry, national origin, citizenship status, religion, age, marital status (including civil unions), military service, veteran status, pregnancy (including childbirth and related medical conditions), genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, legally recognized disability, domestic violence victim status or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Our organization is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities, including applicants. If you have a disability and require assistance in the application process, please email 

Job Requisition: 281209_external_USA-ME-Winthrop_282023

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EHS Manager – JM Huber Corporation

Portfolio Business: CP Kelco

CP Kelco is a leading producer of specialty ingredients which are added to improve texture, consistency, and stability in food, pharmaceutical and industrial products. Our products are derived from renewable raw materials found in nature for use in jam, fruit and milk drinks, confectionery products as well as industrial applications. We work across the whole value chain from natural raw materials to customers’ end products. CP Kelco is part of the JM Huber Corporation, one of the largest privately held, family owned companies in the United States. With approximately $3.0 billion in sales and 4,000 employees worldwide, we have a combined material presence in more than 20 countries.


Do you want to manage EHS & Sustainability to comply with all applicable regulations? And do you wish to influence with your EHS expertise cross functionally within a world leading food ingredient production company? Then we have the job for you!

About the position

For our EHS+S organization we are looking for a candidate to manage our EHS+S team consisting of 4 employees.

Your focus will be to provide leadership and oversight of EHS and Sustainability programs in a fast paced and highly collaborative environment. You will prioritize initiatives and resources to maximize effectiveness. Furthermore, reinforcing and sustaining a safety-first culture through involvement and innovation with management and operational teams.

You will drive results in closely collaboration with areas such as Operations, Engineering & Operations Support, Supply Chain, HR, Quality and Maintenance to ensure overall Occupational Safety & Environment. You will also be part of the manufacturing leadership team.

Furthermore, within this role it is expected to set realistic yearly environmental targets, action plans and ensure risks of major accidents are managed. You will develop tools for identification of risks, prioritize, assessment of consequences, improvement plans and follow up systems.

“You will be part of a highly motivated team. You must ensure compliance, but you must also be pragmatic in your solution. Our new EHS+S Manager will be part of the operation team and play a very important and highly appreciated role in the overall solutions”

Jørn Stryger, Plant Manager 


Having many interfaces in the organization you will lead health and safety effort and develop health and safety strategy. Hereby ensuring safety and health management system requirements are established, implemented, and maintained according to ISO45001 and ISO14001. You will strive to achieve a safe work environment and minimize the impact to the environment.

Furthermore, the key responsibilities include:

  • Ensure risks of major accidents are managed. Develop tools for identification of risks, prioritize, assessment of consequences, improvement plans and follow up systems. 
  • Develop the company’s health and safety culture – and bridge culture with systems
  • Identify, assess, and understand safety risks and trends, and together with functional managers ensure compliance, providing functional leadership to the team
  • Support and lead managers across the Skensved site in improving our Safety Management System (SMS), and develop and execute local health and safety training plans
  • Support the organization to continuously improve work safety and environmental and sustainability footprint
  • Investigate incidents, monitor health and safety data and produce periodic health and safety performance reports
  • Develop, revise and train colleagues on environment, health and safety programs
  • Conduct site inspections (Health and safety audits and inspections)
  • Conduct job hazard analysis to determine risks and corrective measures
  • First point of contact to authorities on environmental requirements
  • ESG/CSR reporting
  • Ensure follow-up and evaluation on improvement projects
  • Close cooperation with authorities and preparation of authority applications

About You

We’re looking for an environmental, safety or production engineer – preferably specialized in EHS. We expect you to have at least 5 years with practical and strategic EHS experience perhaps within an international organization. Additionally, we require you to have:

  • Managerial, people-influencing and facilitation skills 
  • Experience in EHS governance programs
  • Professional English skills, spoken as well as written
  • Competencies within presentations, reporting, and documentation
  • Knowledge about environmental impacts
  • You are structured and prepared.

We expect you to be a very good networker. We also see you as proactive, innovative, goal and result driven by nature as well as great experience with leading teams using disciplined project management & communication skills.

We offer an exciting international job opportunity for you that want to work with safety in all aspects, compliance of regulations, lead and influence sustainability and work environment and lead CP Kelco to new objectives. You will be part of CP Kelco’s ongoing sustainability journey.


If you want to know more about the position, you are welcome to contact Plant Manager, Jørn Stryger by phone +45 21651663.


We look forward to receiving your application, CV, exam papers and any attachments. We will call for interviews on an ongoing basis.

CP Kelco sees diversity as a strength and encourages all interested candidates regardless of personal background to apply. We look forward to reading your application.


J.M. Huber Corporation is an EEO/AAP employer.

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